Russian musicians died at 72

Here are 16 famous musicians from Russian Empire died at 72:

Princess Maria Maximilianovna of Leuchtenberg

Princess Maria Maximilianovna of Leuchtenberg (October 16, 1841 Saint Petersburg-February 16, 1914 Saint Petersburg) was a Russian personality. She had one child, Prince Maximilian of Baden.

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Viktor Wagner

Viktor Wagner (November 4, 1908 Saratov-August 15, 1981) was a Russian mathematician.

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Vladimir Sokoloff

Vladimir Sokoloff (December 26, 1889 Moscow-February 15, 1962 Hollywood) also known as Vladimir Nikolaevich Sokoloff, Vladimir Sokolov, Waldemar Sokoloff, Sokoloff, Vladimir Nikolayevich Sokoloff, Wladimir Sokolow, Wladimir Sokoloff, Vl. Sokoloff or Vladimir Alexandrovitch Sokoloff was a Russian actor.

He died in stroke.

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Moritz von Jacobi

Moritz von Jacobi (September 21, 1801 Potsdam-March 10, 1874 Saint Petersburg) was a Russian engineer and physicist.

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Elias Breeskin

Elias Breeskin (November 8, 1896 Dnipropetrovsk-May 9, 1969 Mexico) also known as Elías Breeskin was a Russian conductor, composer, violinist and film score composer. He had seven children, Olga Breeskin, Jean Breeskin, Gloria Breeskin, Dorothy Breeskin, John Breeskin, Eugene Breeskin and Elias Breeskin, Jr..

His albums: Caprice on “Yankee Doodle” / Cavatina, Hebrew Melody and Dance / Serenade Espagnole, Caprice Viennois / Serenade, Minuet in “G” / Souvenir Poetique and Serenade / The Old Refrain.

He died in pneumonia.

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Georg Cantor

Georg Cantor (March 3, 1845 Saint Petersburg-January 6, 1918 Halle) was a Russian mathematician and philosopher.

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Akim Tamiroff

Akim Tamiroff (October 29, 1899 Tbilisi-September 17, 1972 Palm Springs) also known as Akin Tamiroff, Akim Tamirof, Akim Mikhailovich Tamiroff, Аким Михайлович Тамиров, Հովակիմ or Hovakim was a Russian actor.

He died caused by cancer.

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Andrei Fajt

Andrei Fajt (August 29, 1903 Nizhny Novgorod-January 16, 1976 Moscow) also known as Andrej Fait, A.A. Fajt, A. Fayt, A.A Fajt, A. Fajt, Andrei Fait, A. Fait, Andrei Andreyevich Fajt, Andrey Fayt, Andrei Andreyevich Veit or Andrei Veit was a Russian actor. He had one child, Yuli Fajt.

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Vera Maretskaya

Vera Maretskaya (July 31, 1906 Barvikha-August 17, 1978 Moscow) otherwise known as Vera Petrovna Maretskaya, V. Maretskaya, Wera Marezkaja or Вера Петровна Марецкая was a Russian actor. Her child is called Mariya Troitskaya.

She died caused by cancer.

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Lyubov Orlova

Lyubov Orlova (January 29, 1902 Zvenigorod-January 26, 1975 Moscow) also known as Lyubov Petrovna Orlova, L. Orlova or Lubov Orlova was a Russian actor, pianist and singer.

She died caused by cancer.

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Anatole Litvak

Anatole Litvak (May 21, 1902 Kiev-December 15, 1974 Neuilly-sur-Seine) also known as Michael Anatole Litvak, a. litvak or Mikhail Anatol Litvak was a Russian film producer, film director and screenwriter.

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Dmitri Mendeleev

Dmitri Mendeleev (February 8, 1834 Tobolsk-February 2, 1907 Saint Petersburg) also known as Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev, Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleyev or Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleyev was a Russian scientist, chemist and inventor. He had six children, Lyubov Dmitrievna Mendeleeva, Vladimir Mendeleev, Ivan Mendeleev, Olga Mendeleeva, Maria Mendeleeva and Vasily Mendeleev.

He died as a result of influenza.

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Sergey Platonov

Sergey Platonov (April 5, 1860 Chernihiv-January 10, 1933 Samara) also known as S. F. Platonov was a Russian historian, author and educator.

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Vilhelms Purvītis

Vilhelms Purvītis (March 3, 1872 Zaube parish-January 14, 1945 Bad Nauheim) also known as Vilhelms Purvitis was a Russian personality.

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Aleksandr Ptushko

Aleksandr Ptushko (April 6, 1900 Luhansk-March 6, 1973 Moscow) also known as Aleksandr Lukich Ptushko, A. Ptushko, Alfred Posco, Soviet Walt Disney or Walt Disney of the Soviet Union was a Russian screenwriter, animator, film director, cinematographer and production designer.

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Joseph N. Ermolieff

Joseph N. Ermolieff (March 24, 1889 Moscow-February 20, 1962 Los Angeles) otherwise known as J.N. Ermolieff, Josef Ermoliev, Josef Yermoliev or Iosif Yermolyev was a Russian film producer.

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